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Shan State Exemplifies China’s Tangled Myanmar Ties
May 04, 2022

Shan State Exemplifies China’s Tangled Myanmar Ties

By Tom Fawthrop
China’s endorsement of the junta lays the basis for a boom in trade with the fractious eastern state – or so Beijing hopes.

Is the Ukraine War Boosting China’s Influence in Myanmar?
April 27, 2022

Is the Ukraine War Boosting China’s Influence in Myanmar?

By Patrick Dupont
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has distracted it from a burgeoning partnership – including arms sales – with Myanmar’s junta. Will Beijing fill the gap?
Revisiting the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor After the Coup
April 11, 2022

Revisiting the China-Myanmar Economic Corridor After the Coup

By Amara Thiha
The military coup of February 2021 has opened up new avenues of collaboration between Myanmar and China.

Myanmar’s NUG Warns China Against Engagement with ‘Illegitimate’ Junta
April 06, 2022

Myanmar’s NUG Warns China Against Engagement with ‘Illegitimate’ Junta

By Sebastian Strangio
The comments followed Beijing's strongest signals of support for the military administration since last year's coup.

China Pledges Support for Myanmar’s Junta, ‘No Matter How the Situation Changes’
April 04, 2022

China Pledges Support for Myanmar’s Junta, ‘No Matter How the Situation Changes’

By Sebastian Strangio
Foreign Minister Wang Yi's comments mark the strongest sign of support for the Myanmar military since last year's coup.

Chinese Pipeline in Myanmar Damaged in Attack by Anti-Regime Forces
February 17, 2022

Chinese Pipeline in Myanmar Damaged in Attack by Anti-Regime Forces

By Sebastian Strangio
Chinese facilities and enterprises are increasingly being caught in the crossfire of the struggle between the PDFs and the Tatmadaw.

China Appeals to Myanmar Opposition to Safeguard its Investments
January 25, 2022

China Appeals to Myanmar Opposition to Safeguard its Investments

By Sebastian Strangio
The request marked a small but potentially significant move toward China's engagement with the National Unity Government.
What Does Myanmar’s New Chinese Submarine Reveal About Its Military?
January 05, 2022

What Does Myanmar’s New Chinese Submarine Reveal About Its Military?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The transfer has spotlighted the country’s continued ambitions and Beijing’s role in them in the post-coup environment.

Chinese Special Envoy Winds Up Unannounced Myanmar Trip
September 02, 2021

Chinese Special Envoy Winds Up Unannounced Myanmar Trip

By Sebastian Strangio
Sun Guoxiang's surreptitious visit marks China's full return to "business as usual" in Myanmar.

Chinese Media’s Conflicting Narratives on the Myanmar Coup
August 14, 2021

Chinese Media’s Conflicting Narratives on the Myanmar Coup

By Diya Jiang and Kristina Kironska
The difference in reporting on the situation in Myanmar between Chinese state media facing international audiences (in English) and Chinese domestic media (in Chinese) reflects the dual political agenda of the Chinese government.

China Announces Aid Dispersal to Myanmar’s Military Junta
August 11, 2021

China Announces Aid Dispersal to Myanmar’s Military Junta

By Sebastian Strangio
Can Western democracies offer similar aid without legitimizing Myanmar's military administration?
China Steps Toward De Facto Recognition of Myanmar’s Junta
June 07, 2021

China Steps Toward De Facto Recognition of Myanmar’s Junta

By Sebastian Strangio
For the first time, the Chinese government has referred to Min Aung Hlaing as "the leader of Myanmar."

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